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Species Recorded atsort descending Tweet Contents Post date Contributed by Photo? See tweet Edit link
Redwing

Redwing on a grey damp morning - taken from the roadside on my way into work https://t.co/fpHTmCx87W

17/01/2017 - 23:32 Hamish Murray Yes view
Green Woodpecker Green Woodpecker one of three seen together. https://t.co/dD0xutGz8O 17/01/2017 - 15:36 Martin Wood Yes view
Goldcrest An acrobatic Goldcrest at Corfe Castle sewage works today https://t.co/6fGx5Pb96w 28/01/2017 - 17:24 Phyl England Yes view
Brimstone RT @JoAnnunaki: Brimstones in the Dorset countryside #JessopsSpring https://t.co/vRYzrxL9Xh 03/03/2017 - 19:33 Retweet Yes view
Peregrine RT @BomoSarah: First egg laid overnight #Bournemouth #peregrines #Lansdowne clock tower @DorsetBirdClub @BNSS1 @bournemouthbc @Bournemouthe… 16/03/2017 - 11:01 Retweet No
Siskin My pic of the day was this cracking male Siskin. https://t.co/KfdVkZR2kL 17/03/2017 - 16:50 Brett Spencer Yes view
Marsh Tit Out and about today, was very pleased to see Marsh Tits. First ones I've seen in ages. https://t.co/cvABnsJk9A 17/03/2017 - 16:47 Brett Spencer Yes view
Purple Thorn RT @johngifford50: Best night so far 12=66, with Purple Thorn and Acleris Literana both being new for me. https://t.co/Sbw1BR88Wc 31/03/2017 - 17:31 John Gifford Yes view
Streamer Always nice to find a Streamer: smart moth. Its caterpillars feed on Dog Rose. #teammoth https://t.co/txrGn6DWtO 02/04/2017 - 08:50 Mike Hetherington Yes view
Slow-worm First Slow Worm sighting in the garden compost bin (2/4). @ARGroupsUK @ARGroupsUK @DorsetWildlife https://t.co/I22EmShkE5 02/04/2017 - 16:01 Mike Hetherington No
Large Red Damselfly RT @chris_roughley: Large red damselfly #flickr https://t.co/atqATf0Rss @SightingDOR 02/04/2017 - 20:59 Chris Roughley No
Large Red Damselfly My first damselfly of 2017 in Dorset today. Large Red I think? @DorsetWildlife @Buzz_dont_tweet #SpringWatch https://t.co/7MM1uijeoZ 05/04/2017 - 22:06 Dom Greves Yes view
Small White First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Brimstone First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Holly Blue First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Comma First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Peacock First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Crane Fly (T oleracea) First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Dark-edged Bee-fly First Small White in the garden plus Brimstone, Holly Blue, Comma and Peacock. Also the Crane Fly T. oleracea and Dark-edged Bee-fly. 06/04/2017 - 12:58 Marcus Lawson No
Hoverfly (X segnis) The hoverfly Xylota segnis on a Sycamore leaf https://t.co/MQIzQhIECU 22/04/2017 - 16:43 Hamish Murray Yes view
Swallow Prominent With 8C this morning and 12=35 a FFY Swallow Prominent. https://t.co/Vo6Rk3M4oY 29/04/2017 - 18:02 John Gifford Yes view
St Marks Fly Well past his day on 25th April but still plenty of St Mark's Flies on the wing https://t.co/Bk6QXXBAtv 06/05/2017 - 11:26 Hamish Murray Yes view
Marsh Fritillary RT @martinswarren: Wow. Marsh Frit already out in mid Dorset, first of many hopefully @savebutterflies @RichardFoxBC @BC_Dorset https://t.c… 09/05/2017 - 20:14 Retweet No
Dingy Skipper Freshly emerged Dingy Skippers (E. tages) actually looking rather beautiful in Dorset today with their subtle colou… https://t.co/IJjlVPxJtl 10/05/2017 - 17:30 Andrew Cooper No
Cream-spot Tiger The first Cream-spot Tiger for the garden turned up last night (W Dorset). Beautiful! #teammoth https://t.co/M9Z7M27oGq 16/05/2017 - 10:17 Mike Hetherington Yes view
Corn Bunting One of 30+ Corn Buntings counted on a farmland bird survey in N Dorset today - great partnership project #dorsetwt https://t.co/kZQ5CAVHo7 16/05/2017 - 18:37 Hamish Murray Yes view
Emperor Moth One of yesterday's Emperor Moths settled for close-up views. @savebutterflies @BC_Dorset @DorsetWildlife @ukmoths https://t.co/V2x9imvaqK 17/05/2017 - 13:22 Dom Greves Yes view
Lime Hawk-moth Lime Hawk-moth - a new species for me (N Dorset) on a quiet night for moths. #teammoth https://t.co/13DWOt7o4e 20/05/2017 - 15:33 Mike Hetherington Yes view
Mother Shipton Spot the witch,,, Mother Shipton arrives on the heath. No its not Theresa May 22-05-17 https://t.co/QQNlkq82Y6 22/05/2017 - 06:10 Frank Gardener Yes view
Large Skipper RT @RichardFoxBC: First Large Skipper of the year spotted yesterday in Dorset (library image Bob Eade) https://t.co/m9m1P8tnVI 23/05/2017 - 19:01 Retweet No
Diamond-back Moth 2 Rush Veneer and a Diamond back and 2 NFG in May Highflyer and Small Phoenix. Oddly also what appears to be a Squa… https://t.co/UlFSdwDQLw 24/05/2017 - 10:05 John Down No
Eyed Hawkmoth @Lytchettbirder @MothIDUK @MJLbirder Had 1 Eyed Hawk and 2 Poplar Hawk too with 2 Alder Moth, 1 Pale Prominent, and a mix of the usuals 26/05/2017 - 09:19 Birds Poole Harbour No
Poplar Hawk-moth @Lytchettbirder @MothIDUK @MJLbirder Had 1 Eyed Hawk and 2 Poplar Hawk too with 2 Alder Moth, 1 Pale Prominent, and a mix of the usuals 26/05/2017 - 09:19 Birds Poole Harbour No
Scarce Merveille du Jour A stunning Scarce Merveille du Jour today courtesy of home delivery service by @harbourbirds cheers Paul 👍 https://t.co/rZZj8PCkzW 26/05/2017 - 15:50 Marcus Lawson Yes view
Hairy Dragonfly My first Hairy Dragonfly of the season, only weeks behind everyone else. 27-05-17 https://t.co/UbWc3AVvm9 27/05/2017 - 08:20 Frank Gardener Yes view
Meadow Brown RT @RichardFoxBC: It's official - summer has arrived! This Meadow Brown was spotted today in Dorset - 1st UK report of 2017 (📷Mark V Pike)… 27/05/2017 - 17:36 Retweet No
Hoverfly (V pellucens) Large black & white fly, anybody got an ID,, looks like a biter to me, but what do i know. https://t.co/KRuwtjY2Lo 28/05/2017 - 17:06 Frank Gardener Yes view
Woodlark 2 singing Woodlark and an LRP at an inland site in Dorset this morning. Crap photo but the Woodlark liked the fence… https://t.co/cOdPQyha7a 29/05/2017 - 17:48 Paul Harris No
Little Ringed Plover 2 singing Woodlark and an LRP at an inland site in Dorset this morning. Crap photo but the Woodlark liked the fence… https://t.co/cOdPQyha7a 29/05/2017 - 17:48 Paul Harris No
Burnet Companion Burnet Companion in N Dorset today - great to see space for wildlife on a productive and efficient farm #dorsetwt https://t.co/kLUWxQbcWk 30/05/2017 - 18:29 Hamish Murray Yes view
Dark Green Fritillary RT @RichardFoxBC: The first of the big Frits is out! This Dark Green Fritillary was spotted on 30 May in #Dorset by Mark V Pike https://t.c… 03/06/2017 - 10:07 Retweet No
Humming-bird Hawk-moth RT @martinswarren: First Hummer of the year in UK for me, in North Dorset. On Red Valerian of course! @BC_Dorset https://t.co/JZk5owKj3m 03/06/2017 - 18:14 Retweet No
Heath Spotted Orchid Stumbled across a superb colony of Heath Spotted Orchid this morning on one of the Dorset Heaths. https://t.co/pEm2ufrfiE 04/06/2017 - 12:25 Paul Harris Yes view
Peppered Moth Couple from last nights trap both nfy's Peppered Moth and Cinnabar. https://t.co/nssoqrG9i2 04/06/2017 - 19:04 John Gifford No
Cinnabar Moth Couple from last nights trap both nfy's Peppered Moth and Cinnabar. https://t.co/nssoqrG9i2 04/06/2017 - 19:04 John Gifford No
Green Carpet My first faded Green Carpet. Excited to be having a go at my first moth trapping my thanks to @msabirder https://t.co/QIkp4yeYXm 04/06/2017 - 21:14 Martin Wood Yes view
Cream-spot Tiger On a gloomy day this Cream-spotted Tiger moth in the moth trap was a ray of sunshine https://t.co/EGL0wRWGCZ 05/06/2017 - 17:26 Phyl England Yes view
Slow-worm Titchy Slow Worm in the garden just now. Fuzzy photo as I wanted to relocate it further down the garden and it wasn… https://t.co/OIDX4hJvMS 10/06/2017 - 12:47 Marcus Lawson No
Puss moth 70+ species in the moth trap last night (W Dorset), including this impressive Puss Moth #teammoth https://t.co/2FOnAotNyh 15/06/2017 - 17:22 Mike Hetherington Yes view
Broad Centurion Soldier fly Lots of broad centurions in the garden again this year. Must be the most be King of the soldierflies. #Diptera https://t.co/D63bjb1Nrn 17/06/2017 - 10:46 John Lloyd No

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